The best advice that I can give you for this movie is - don't go by the posters. I guess this is true for most of such movies, but this one takes the cake for movie-poster incompatibility. The movie itself takes the story-title incompatibility award. I saw no sign of either virgins or hunters. The actual name of the film is Test Tube Teens from the Year 2000.
Now, the story - the year is 2019. Society as we know it has undergone a sea change. Camilla Swayles, owner of Supercorp (the most powerful company in the world), has taken over the world. According to her diktats, sex is illegal, and so all individuals are test tube babies. 3 young persons - Nardo, Vin and Rena - are told by an elderly person how the world used to be a democracy 25 years ago. But before he can tell them everything, he is taken away by the guards.
Nardo finds a 'time chamber', and decides that the only way to return the world to what it was is to go back to the past and somehow change everything. Nardo and Vin discover that Camilla was the head of a girls' school in the past, so they go 'back' to 1994. Now, they are discovered by the guards, who prevent the girl Rena from joining them. Some buttons are pressed by mistake, and she disappears.
Anyway, Nardo and Vin land in the school, and meet Maggie, a student there. After some screaming, they succeed in convincing her to help them. But in order not to be thrown out, they dress up as girls who are Swedish exchange students. Now, a 'Terminator' (Lex 500) character is sent from the future, and he's supposed to take the guys back. He's the most hilarious part of the whole thing. A complete rip off of Arnold Schwarzenegger, he's got the same mannerisms, the same one-liners, and even the same accent!
The guys discover that a professor in the school is someone they know in the future. Nardo tries to convince him but the prof thinks that she (he's dressed like a girl, remember?) likes him, and he tries to come on to him/her. Finally, they convince him. Meanwhile, Camilla starts getting suspicious of the 2 new girls, and some funny running around sequences follow. Nardo discovers that Camilla had a failed affair with a married man, and if they can restore her faith in men, she won't turn out to be such a bitch in the future!
They try getting the prof to seduce her, but she just beats him up. Then they decide that they should try to kill her but that fails, too. Now she discovers that Nardo and Vin are really boys, and she punishes Maggie for it. Meanwhile, the girl Rena also lands there, and when she tells them that she couldn't reset the time machine before they were discovered, they realize that they are stuck in 1994.
Now the story moves faster - they go to a nightclub, the Terminator comes there, shoots at Nardo, and thanks to Vin's heroics with a serving tray, the Terminator gets killed. Bright idea time! Nardo rewires him to go after Camilla. He goes and seduces her, she gives up on her plans for world domination, and they lived blah blah blah...
Surprisingly, the movie was good in itself. Very even pace of narration, not too far-fetched a story (for 1994!), a little sex here and there, some lighter moments - overall a good movie. If only the posters and the title weren't so damn misleading! Because your expectations are dashed, you can't enjoy what is actually not such a bad movie.